Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver travels to Greece for new TV series


Jamie Oliver will be cooking up a storm in Greece as part of his new culinary TV series called Jamie Cooks The Mediterranean.

In the four-part series, Oliver will be trying new culinary experiences by travelling around the Mediterranean to places such as Greece, Tunisia, Spain and France.

On the show, the chef will meet new people and create new recipes that have been inspired by his travels. In one episode he attempts to make a smoky aubergine flatbread which is heavily inspired by Greek cuisine.

Samantha Beddoes, the executive producer of the show has said that this new series will first and foremost honour the traditional methods used by Mediterranean cooks to make creative dishes.

Source: Evening Standard




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